A culmination of Vogel's sixteen-year study of Casma culture, this book helps us understand the relationships between polities of the ancient world, how they built connections to other towns or cities outside and within their own boundaries, and demonstrates the importance of cities and urbanism in the development and collapse of complex societies.
Ancient Cities of the New WorldEdited by john w. janusek, vanderbilt university; marilyn a. masson; and michael e. smith, arizona state university
Books include important works focused on a single key ancient city or analyzing a collection of cities and towns within their regional contexts. The series features cross-disciplinary works in archaeology, art history, and ethnohistory written for a broad scholarly audience.
john w. janusek
department of anthropology
vu station b #356050
nashville, tennessee 37235
marilyn a. masson
michael e. smith
school of human evolution and social change
po box 872402
arizona state university
tempe, arizona 85287-2402
Fax: (480) 965-7671
There are 6 books in this series.
Please note that while you may order forthcoming books at any time, they will not be available for shipment until shortly before publication date